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Old 02-09-2014, 02:07 PM
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Got a 167 gr tensor yesterday. And, just had a question. I've thrown a proton volt and didn't notice "gyro" But the tensor....hmmmm.... first of all, gliding and overstable was interesting like a slightly beefier, yet still glidey KC rioc. But, hmmm, ok when I through it on hyzer lines, around 250 to 275 I got this weird jump forward. I even showed a friend today, who noticed the same thing. Instead of gliding smoothly in a one piece flight, it would bolt forward at about 80 percent through. Loved the smooth, moderately overstable flight. But, I am curious about what I saw.
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Old 02-09-2014, 02:14 PM
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Really like my tensor. Very dependable. I could throw it as hard as I wanted and knew it wouldn't flip over. Or I could throw it with a smidgen of hyzer and less power and it would hook hard. I don't have a ton of holes to use this on but it's incrediblyuseful when iIcan find a spot to use it. I want to work on my fh with it too.
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Old 02-11-2014, 10:02 PM
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I'm still so surprised with how this disc behaves. Just the right amount of overstability, and releases so nice.
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